A Mexican horror film, sign me up anytime. 1974 reimagines the Mexican Horror classic. As someone who grew up watching Mexican horror classics like Mas Negro Que La Noche and Hasta El Viento Tiene Miedo, I was super excited to watch 1974. More exciting is that it doesn’t disappoint, this movie measures up to the legendary Mexican horror films of the 60s and 70s. With minimal use of special effects, Victor Dryere does a fantastic job of telling a disturbing and suspenseful story with an unexpected twist. If I had one criticism, it would be to minimize Dr. Canseco’s character or do without him all together, he added very little, if anything to the story. See the trailer here.
CAST: Diana Bovio / Rolando Breme / Guillermo Callahan
DIRECTOR: Victor Dryere
SCREENWRITER: Victor Dryere